June 11, 2020

DuXion – Case Study

In the aerospace market, there is a major push to move toward electric flight to realize a cleaner future, reduce operating expenses and produce more reliable machines. Annually, billions of dollars are spent by major airlines on fuel consumption strategies, and there is constant pressure from governments and society to find a better solution. As such, DuXion has set out to develop a highly efficient, light and compact electric propulsion unit for several aerospace applications that range from passenger aircraft to UAVs. However, to be competitive in this market, companies need to move fast and prove their ability to comply with a robust set of rules and regulations.
June 11, 2020

Ansys Turbo Grid Features

Ansys TurboGrid software includes novel technology that targets complete automation combined with an unprecedented level of mesh quality for even the most complex blade shapes. The desired final mesh size is defined (and, optionally, the blade boundary layer resolution), and all the other steps are performed automatically to produce a mesh of extremely high quality. Grid angles are exceptionally good, mesh sizes transition smoothly, and high aspect-ratio elements are generated in the near-wall regions to resolve these regions efficiently and capture boundary layer flows accurately.
June 11, 2020

ANSYS TURBO GRID

June 10, 2020

Ansys Polyflow Capabilities

Ansys PolyFlow allows companies to virtual design and test extrusion dies. Users can simulate the extrusion process and automatically perform die shape optimization. As a result, they are able to:
June 10, 2020

Virtual Prototyping for the Blow Molding Industry – Application Brief

It has taken nearly 20 years to fine-tune milk jugs and soda bottles to achieve their current weights. But the plastics and beverage industries expect that new designs hit the market as already downgauged. This can be achieved only via continuous innovation throughout the entire blow molding process, even including research in the material science phase. This paper describes how the process of virtual prototyping in blow molding can be a very effective tool to ensure that new bottle designs achieve the objective of weight reduction while still fulfilling function.
June 10, 2020

Ansys Polyflow – Brochure

Polymers, glass, and even food and metals exhibit complex nonlinear behavior while being processed. Accurately assessing each material’s performance requires tailor-made software with appropriate material properties models, the capability to accurately capture flow domain deformations, and robust solvers. Companies throughout the world reduce manufacturing risk by employing Ansys Polyflow to optimize extrusion, thermoforming, blow molding, glass forming, fiber drawing and concrete shaping.
June 10, 2020

Model Company – Article – Ansys Advantage – V6 I1

An award-winning consulting firm uses simulation to help small companies — and themselves — grow.
June 10, 2020

Improving Film Die Uniformity – Article – Ansys Advantage – V6 I1

Optimization using engineering simulation helps to improve film die uniformity by 13 percent while reducing pressure drop.
June 10, 2020

Reducing Material Costs – Article – Ansys Advantage – V6 I3

R&D reduced material costs for a water container by 10 percent while maintaining product integrity.